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Re: Rain in Texas?

Back to normal, pretty much.  Highs in the 70's, lows in the  60's.  Had good 
rains last Sat., supposed to get more Wed.  The severe  storms they 
forecasted didn't materialize, thank goodness, but we at least  got rain.   Has been 
really windy though.  Usual spring morning  fog, had 1/16 of a mile visibility 
yesterday.  Could not see the house  across the street at all.  But it lifts 
pretty quickly.  
Would think that bringing along layers on a cruise is a good  
idea.......nights can probably get a bit chilly, especially out on the  water.   Also, 
depending on where you go in Mexico, not all  places are warm.  Higher elevations 
are usually quite a bit cooler than  coastal areas.  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 1/28/2006 9:31:28 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Noreen  darlin' - what's your
weather like?

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